|Quoting Ryanair!!! (Reply 5):|
. Which is why I always preferred to fly on the upper deck if given a choice
Sure - but some of us also like the cocooned environment of the main deck C-cabin which I have always felt offered much more attentive service - perhaps due to the large cluster of galleys in that area.
Horses for courses...
Heck if SuperEconomy appears on the London route in that very cabin then my bum will be firmly placed on one of those seats several times a year. Good or bad for MAS - I dunno since I often fly in both C and Y but I reckon overall MAS stands to win if successfully rolled out... hmm... that's probably where it has all the potential to go wrong, very wrong, indeed...
SuperE to me means better Flying Poo mileage accrual - so I get to retain my Gold Elite card so lounge access would not be a problem and a more comfy seat - not necessarily the new C-product. Food wise - have often found the food on both SQ
to be much better than the tripe served on European carriers anyway so would be happy to pay to go SuperE even for the Y-menu. Especially since virtually all my 'Y' trips are flexible fares rather than the 'bucket' fares - I stand to gain to be up front in SuperE.